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Reaction and analysis from El Conservador radio presenter George Rodriguez.
Sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., Los to Ex-Vice President Joe Biden during Wednesday night’s democratic debate, even some obscenities fall, which went uncensored by the host network CNN.
Booker criticized by a number of Biden’s positions, referring specifically to a comment about how people with Ph. D.’s are welcome as immigrants. Booker claims that the focus is on an advanced degree is in line with President Trump’s past statements about the prefers some immigrants over others.
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“Well, that plays into what the Republicans want, and the pit, said some of the migrants against migrants,” Booker. “Some of them are from s—hole countries, and some are of worthy countries. We need to reform the whole immigration system and begin, the country that says every person has value and dignity, and this country should be the award for all.”
Booker was referring to a comment that President Trump in a White house meeting, when he asked, “Why are we coming up with all these people from s—hole countries to come here?” A source in the meeting told Fox News at the time that the President was referring to Haiti, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, and certain African countries, all of which had temporary protected status, which provides protection for immigrants who do not return to their home countries due to extreme circumstances, such as armed conflicts or natural disasters.
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Booker railed against Biden for his record in criminal law, and for relying too much on references to the Obama administration” when it is convenient,” only “not to Dodge, if it is.”